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          Dr. Erik N. Johanson

           Director of the Laboratory

          Ph.D. in Geography   (University of Tennessee) 2016 
          M.A. in Anthropology (University of Tennessee) 2011 
          B.A. in Anthropology (University of Tennessee) 2008

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Current Graduate Students

 

Taber Friedel

Taber Friedel

PhD Student

Department of Geosciences

tfriedel2018@fau.edu

BS in Geology (University of Florida) 2017.              

Research Interests:

 

Andres Garzon-Oechsle    

Andres Garzon-Oechsle

PhD Student

Department of Geosciences

agarzonoechs2014@fau.edu

MA in Anthropology (Florida Atlantic University) 2018

BA in Anthropology (Indiana University) 2007

Research Interests: 

Ancient settlement pattern analysis and landscape use of people in pre-contact coastal Ecuador.  More specifically, the focus of my research is the utilization of remote sensing technologies, including LiDAR,  along with GIS for the purposes of mapping and conducting spatial analysis of the surface modifications under the canopy of the cloud forest of the Pajan mountains of Manabí.  My goal is to understand the extent and organization of Manteño settlements, the last culture that thrived in the region before Spanish colonialism.  

 

Monty Watson

Monty Watson

MS Student

Department of Geosciences

donaldwatson2018@fau.edu

MPA in Environmental Policy (Florida Gulf Coast) 2011

BA in Anthropology (University of South Florida) 2003

Research Interests:  

I am currently involved with anthracological research as a paleoclimate proxy for carbon and nitrogen isotopes in paleo charcoal material from Florida. My background includes North American historical & pre-Contact archaeology, Arsenic studies, particularly on golf courses, and phytoremediation of contaminated soils. I have also been in environmental consulting, assessment, and site remediation since 2005.

 

 

 

 

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